Daily Photo: Two Curious Cats, One Brave Stinkbug

two black cats with stinkbug
The stinkbug makes his point.

They had a little standoff here as you can see the stinkbug looks as if it’s making a little speech to the boys, Giuseppe and Mr. Sunshine very attentive. I just wish it was perhaps on my work table or on the floor or something so I could get some work done. Still, I’m always grateful when they take care of one for me. All they every do is push it around, but that usually lands it on the floor somewhere away from my desk.


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5 thoughts on “Daily Photo: Two Curious Cats, One Brave Stinkbug

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  • February 27, 2013 at 5:26 pm
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    i hope you did not have to put up with the smell after they whapped it a few times. and I hope they did. then they can come to my house and whap a few here too!

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    • February 27, 2013 at 5:30 pm
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      Sparky, they whap at least one per day, and then leave me with the smell, but it’s not so bad–I’m used to it now!

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    • February 27, 2013 at 11:50 am
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      Susan, I’m recently of the opinion that stinkbugs don’t have brains at all by the way they act.

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